Greensky Bluegrass are on a tear right now, continuing their run at the Ogden Theatre in Denver with a scorching Friday night show. The night was filled with fan favorites throughout the two set show, which also featured guest appearances by Andy Hall of Infamous Stringdusters and Nick Forster of Hot Rize. Greensky Bluegrass are clearly a band on top of their game, putting on a Jamgrass clinic that showed once again why they have become one of the top bands in the genre.The band opened their show with “Merely Avoiding”, before kicking into an awesome “Broke Mountain Breakdown” > “Walk Away” > “Wings For Wheels” segment that immediately brought the energy up, and it stayed there for the rest of the set. The band added a ska intro to “Fixin’ To Ruin”, and Hall joined the band at the end of the set for “Worried About The Weather” and a raucous cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “Atlantic City”.Set Two opened with “Demons”, and “200 Miles From Montana”, before Forster jumped on stage for “Catch Me A Jesus” and “Climbing A Mountain”. “Living Over” and “Room Without A Roof” followed, before the band delivered a show-ending run of “Just To Lie” into “Bottle Dry” and then “Kerosene”. They returned to the stage for a fun encore of Rayland Baxter‘s “Yellow Eyes”. The band will complete their run at the Ogden this evening with their third and final show at the venue.See below for a full setlist and a few videos from the evening, courtesy of YouTube user Kyle Isaac.Broke Mountain Breakdown > Walk Away > Wings for WheelsAtlantic CityDemonsCatch Me A JesusGreensky Bluegrass | Ogden Theatre | Denver, CO | 12/2/2016Set One: Merely Avoiding, Broke Mountain Breakdown > Walk Away > Wings For Wheels, Hit Parade Of Love, Fixin’ To Ruin*, No Idea, How Mountain Girls Can Love, Worried About The Weather**, Atlantic City**Set Two: Demons, 200 Miles From Montana, Catch Me A Jesus***, Climbing A Mountain***, Living Over, Room Without A Roof, Just To Lie > Bottle Dry > KeroseneEncore: Yellow Eyes*ska intro**with Andy Hall of Infamous Stringdusters***with Nick Forster of Hot RizeSetlist (via Camp Greensky)[Photo by ontheDL photography via band Facebook page]
Last month, Notre Dame’s Habitat for Humanity Club began construction on the 17th house it has built during its time as a student group. The club commits to building one house each year for a family it chooses based on stability of jobs, support systems and Christian values, according to senior Deborah Olmstead, who serves as club co-president. This year, Habitat’s house is being built for a family of four, which consists of a father and three children, Olmstead said. Their future home is located on Milburn Court in Mishawaka. It will be a one-story house, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a basement and a garage. But Habitat does not simply hand out houses, Notre Dame senior and club co-president Olmstead said. “We do not give away houses for free,” she said. “The owner will have a mortgage that’s interest free and that’s worth the value of all the materials in the house. They pay that over 15 years.” Houses are built at the lowest cost possible by having volunteers do as much of the work as possible and by bargaining discounts for supplies from local businesses, Olmstead said. Habitat has had one regular weekend build so far this year, along with its annual Blitz Build event. The first regular build was attended by 25 to 30 volunteers and was a huge success, Olmstead said. “We finished our work two hours earlier than expected,” Olmstead said. Blitz Build takes place over Fall Break to construct the entire exterior of a home. “We invite past alumni to help us and we provide free breakfast and lunch for our volunteers,” Olmstead said. “At the end of the day we go out to dinner together and participate in social activities.” During the fall, builds take place on away football game weekends, and in the spring there is one nearly every weekend, Olmstead said. The next build is Saturday. Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County assists Notre Dame’s chapter of the organization. Beyond technical work such as electricity and plumbing, the house is built entirely by volunteers. “It touches me to know I’m giving families something they could not acquire on their own,” Olmstead said. Habitat’s funds come entirely from alumni donations and fundraising events. Their next event, Jail ‘N Bail, will take place Friday afternoon. For this fundraiser, students can sign up to have themselves or a friend “arrested” by NDSP and brought to a makeshift jail on South Quad. The “bailout” fee is $10. Next year, Habitat is looking to travel abroad, Olmstead said. “We hope to go abroad on a global village project and help with construction projects in either Mexico or Senegal,” she said. Olmstead, who used to be the family liaison for the club, said that she believes Habitat for Humanity enables families to provide opportunities for their children. “When I was family liaison we took a single mother and her kids to Mega Play,” Olmstead said, “and she came up to me and said I don’t get to do this kind of stuff with my kids.”
But children’s groups and MPs have argued that spanking is an outdated form of punishment that can cause long-term mental health problems.Marjorie Gunnoe, professor of psychology at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, said her study showed there was insufficient evidence to deny parents the freedom to determine how their children should be punished.She said: “The claims made for not spanking children fail to hold up. They are not consistent with the data.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/6926823/Smacked-children-more-successful-later-in-life-study-finds.html The Telegraph 3 January 2010A study found that youngsters smacked up to the age of six did better at school and were more optimistic about their lives than those never hit by their parents.They were also more likely to undertake voluntary work and keener to attend university, experts discovered. The research, conducted in the United States, is likely to anger children’s rights campaigners who have unsuccessfully fought to ban smacking in Britain. Currently, parents are allowed by law to mete out “reasonable chastisement” on their children, providing smacking does not leave a mark or bruise. These limits were clarified in the 2004 Children’s Act.
OLDENBURG, Ind. — Josie Wesseler, a graduating senior at Oldenburg Academy, has been named one of 722 semi-finalists in the 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.The semifinalists were selected from nearly 5,100 candidates expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2017.Inclusion in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, now in its 53rd year, is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating high school seniors.Scholars are selected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character and involvement in community and school activities.Scholars will be invited to Washington, DC, for several days in June to receive the Presidential Scholar Medallion at a recognition ceremony and to participate in events and activities.
Area Basketball ScoresFriday (11-30)Boys ScoresGreensburg 63 Batesville 53East Central 75 Milan 61Jac-Cen-Del 67 South Dearborn 66South Ripley 53 Trinity Lutheran 50Oldenburg 58 Edinburgh 40North Decatur South DecaturConnersville 43 Rushville 42Morristown 59 Hauser 43Triton Central 77 Waldron 66SW-Hanover 75 Shawe memorial 32SW-Shelby 45 Eastern Hancock 39Girls ScoresShelbyville 57 Franklin County 46South Ripley 54 Rising Sun 33SW-Hanover 55 Shawe Memorial 46Triton Central 49 Waldron 34
Lydia Louise Amm, 84, of Dillsboro passed away Thursday, July 9, 2020 at Gadsden, Alabama. Lydia was born Sunday, June 28, 1936 in Milan, Indiana, the daughter of the late Matthew and Norma (Gettle) Weeks. She married Leroy Amm on November 7, 1953 and he preceded her in death in 1990. Lydia retired from the State of Indiana as a claim’s taker. She was a past member of the Milan American Legion Auxiliary; the Aurora VFW; and a Home EC. club. She enjoyed sewing, especially making outfits for the grandchildren, and making Raggedy Andy and Ann dolls. She also enjoyed Bluegrass music and her dog “Sweet Pea”.Lydia is survived by her sons William of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Larry (Mary Ann) of Alabama, and Ronald (Rhonda) of Dillsboro; half-brother Robert (Anita) Holliday of Florida; stepsister Marie Johnson of Florida; four grandchildren: Erica, Alison, Aaron, and Ronald Amm; and three great-grandchildren: Alyeia Posey, Kayla Lasseter, and Alex Lasseter. She was preceded in death by her parents Matthew and Norma, stepbrother John Holliday, and stepsister Pauline Birdsall.A service celebrating her life will be held 1 PM Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home in Dillsboro with Pastor Deb Beason officiating. Burial will follow in Oakdale Cemetery. Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Lydia to the Dillsboro Fire Department or the Dillsboro Life Squad. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812) 432-5480. Please reach out through our website at www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message or a memory of Lydia for the family.
“I’m very happy that the club have shown me tremendous support after some very tough times,” he told stokecityfc.com. “I’m happy that Stoke trust my ability in helping to improve and push the team on to greater things, so I’m delighted to still be a part of that. “I have had to really push myself hard, so this new contract extension is a reward for all the effort I have put in but also for the medical staff that did a great job supporting me along the way. “I really want to repay the club for having faith in me and I’m thankful for the support that everybody connected with the club has given me. “I didn’t want to leave on a note like this, I started very well here and I want to have a good season this year, which I have every faith in doing. “Mark Hughes has big ambitions and hopefully we can do better in one of the cup competitions whilst maintaining a top-half finish.” Manager Hughes’ ambitions stretch into the transfer market where he is trying to tie up a £12million deal for Inter Milan winger Xherdan Shaqiri. Former Potters favourite Terry Conroy believes it sends out the right message. Press Association The 33-year-old has agreed a deal which will keep him at the Britannia Stadium until the end of next season with the option of a further 12 months. After making his comeback last season following eight months out with a knee injury the Nigerian is keen to give something back to the Potters. “I’m excited by the chance to get Shaqiri and it certainly shows the ambition the club has,” he told The Sentinel. “Stoke is not prepared to just deal in the lower basement but go for players like this. “Mark Hughes has been astute spending-wise up to now and you did wonder if he was going to carry on looking for bargains but trying to sign this fella gives a very positive feel to the club’s ambition.” Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie is looking to repay the club’s faith in him after signing a contract extension.
Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 admin State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Bio The Lady Mariners ended their season on a good note taking the second game of a double header on Sunday beating Lyndon State College 10-1 after losing the first game 12-3 in North Atlantic Conference action. MMA ends their season at 4-20 while Lyndon finished their regular season at 8-18.In game one, Lyndon State exploded for seven runs in the third inning, and proceeded to cruise to the 12-3 victory over the Lady Mariners. Pitcher Sara Fetterhoff (Jay, ME) kept the MMA batters off balance collecting nine strikeouts over six frames.Nicole Poland (Damariscotta, ME) collected two hits and an RBI for MMA while Dana Houghton (Lee, ME) led the team with two RBI’s. Mallery Stanley (Standish, ME) took the loss for MMA giving up 17 hits over her six innings of work.In the second game, MMA jumped on Hornets pitcher Theresa Danforth (Corinth, VT) for six hits and five runs with the first seven batters taking a commanding 5-1 lead after the first inning of play. Danforth didn’t retire an MMA batter and was replaced by Fetterhoff who finished the game. Ashley Hunt (Waldoboro, ME) led the offensive attack with two hits and four RBI’s in the 10-1 win.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textMMA collected 15 hits, getting three from Megan Russell (Peru, ME) and Mallery Stanley. Kayla Higgins (Sullivan, ME) went 2 for 2 with two RBI’s and two runs scored in the win. Stanley got the win, throwing just 64 pitches over five innings of work, surrendering five hits and three walks. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest posts by admin (see all)
For the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), the tournament is another efforts by the board to make the federation an all encompass for all athletes.The President of NTTF, Ishaku Tikon who was represented by the Head of Para Section of the federation, Elderson Bankole, the idea of the tournament was to ensure that the para players tune up before the Tokyo 2020 as four of them had already qualified for the games in Japan.“We want to ensure that our athletes shape up for Tokyo 2020 and particularly the classification of the athletes which would help to throw up new players. we also thank our sponsors for identifying with the federation and supporting the tournament. we hope they will remain with us and others will join them in future,” the NTTF boss said.In his remarks, the Secretary General of Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC), Olabanji Oladapo, the para table tennis players have been pride to Nigeria in several tournaments and with the tournament, more players hope to come through in near future.he however, pledged the NOC support to para table tennis while hoping that the tournament would put the Tokyo-bound players in good shape.For the Head of Business and Programme, Valuejet, Temitope Ajibola, the company would continue to support sports, while pledging their unalloyed support to para table tennis.The tournament serves off on Thursday December 19 to 21 at Molade Okoya-Thomas Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium.44 titles will be competed in class 1 to 10 in singles and teams event for men and women, while N10.8m will be the total prize money with the top three in each event getting cash rewards for their efforts.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram For muting the initiative to stage the maiden maiden Valuejet Para Table Tennis Open, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has hailed Nigeria while hoping that other African countries would take a cue from this.According to ITTF Classifier, El-Sayed Mehrem, the idea of hosting the international tournament is commendable as few countries in Africa has been able to stage a successful tournament.“I am impressed with what I have seen so far in Nigeria particularly the hospitality of the people. I believe Nigeria has the potential to rule the world in para table tennis considering its rising profile in Africa. I must congratulate Nigeria and the organisers for making this a reality because I have been impressed with the organisation so far and i hope this tournament has come to stay. we hope and believe it can make it to the calendar of ITTF in years to come,” the Egyptian expert said.
Published on May 9, 2014 at 2:52 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Getting to know Syracuse’s 1st-round opponent Bryant Resurgent Daddio prepares to face biggest challenge yet in Bryant’s Massa in NCAA tournament openerBeat writers predict Syracuse to beat Bryant and advance to 2nd round of NCAA tournamentMassa’s warrior-like faceoff style transforming Bryant lacrosse The Syracuse attack doesn’t pay much attention to double teams. It can’t — mostly because there are so many. But also because it’s not its nature to. Dylan Donahue often drew two while tearing through the early part of the Orange’s schedule. Randy Staats’ midseason surge moved the defensive focus onto him. Kevin Rice’s merciless operation from behind the cage has demanded as many as three defenders on multiple occasions. It’s been a revolving door — one attack draws extra attention until another gets hot. Until it shifts. Then shifts again. “We move the ball around and different guys get chances,” Donahue said. “I feel like I’m really benefiting from the way we’re playing right now.”As second-seeded Syracuse (11-4, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) starts its NCAA tournament run against Bryant (15-4, 5-1 Northeast) at 7:30 p.m. in the Carrier Dome on Sunday, Donahue’s off-ball instincts could allow him to further capitalize on his teammates’ success. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Bulldogs have the best faceoff specialist in the country in Kevin Massa and tend to take long possessions. The Orange will need to capitalize on its scoring opportunities, and Donahue, whose 55.4 shooting percentage is second in the nation by a fraction of a percent, is the perfect fit for the matchup. Donahue also leads Syracuse in scoring with 36 goals. Rice and Staats are close behind with 33 and 32, respectively. “(Rice) and (Staats) have been great this year, and that’s going to continue going into the tournament,” Donahue said. “It definitely helps when those guys are going well and I’ll be ready.”It’s hard to play a secondary role in Syracuse’s balanced offense. Aside from the starting attack, the Orange’s two-line midfield rotation features six different players — most notably Derek Maltz, Hakeem Lecky, Billy Ward and Nicky Galasso — that can score at any time. When the second line is on the field, the team plays like it has six attacks on the field.Maltz, Ward and Galasso are all former attacks and every game has the potential to turn out a different go-to option. “We like to move the ball and it can end up with anyone,” said Maltz, who moved from attack to the second-line midfield earlier in the season. “I don’t think (Donahue) necessarily flies under the radar because of that. If he is, then our offense is just something else. “But he does such a good job of finding the right spot and getting the best shot.”That was no more apparent in Syracuse’s 16-15 win over Duke in the semifinals of the ACC tournament on April 25. A game prior, Staats and Rice lit up Hobart for nine combined goals and had a hand in 11 of the Orange’s 14. So with the game tied and 15 seconds to go, the Blue Devils’ aptly keyed on the pair.Staats cradled at the top of the zone and drew the defense’s attention. Then he found Rice in the middle of the field before the Duke defense shifted to obstruct Rice’s path to the goal. Donahue just took what the defense gave him off the ball, dashing to the right doorstep before quick-sticking a Rice pass into the back of the net with less than a second on the clock – his fourth of the contest and the game-winner. “If you think about it, no one else on our team makes that kind of play,” Rice said. The NCAA tournament is familiar territory for Donahue. Last year, he was named to the NCAA all-tournament team after collecting 13 points — eight goals and five assists — in four games. Syracuse’s last NCAA tournament started with a 12-7 win over Bryant. If the Bulldogs are to avenge that loss, they have to limit the production of Rice, then Staats, then Donahue. If that’s how Bryant categorizes the Orange attack, Donahue’s sharp shooting could head the charge. “We always say we like double teams because they are good for the offense,” Donahue said. “Bad for the guy with the ball, and great for everybody off it.” Comments